The less time you have when constructing a piece of art, the more likely you are to make a mistake. But the less time you have, the more law3 you have saved doing other things with your life.
In the remaining time left counting down to my exhibition, I took a little gamble in making a tiny new piece at the last minute and the effort seems to have paid off. One's good fate is the result of luck, or sheer skill? In my case it's always luck. Bad and good.
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